They fear losing face
In South East Asia, people - especially the young people - they are not really comfortable reporting such thing call[ed] sexual violence, because they fear of losing face or being disclosing their confidentiality. [This is not addressed] anywhere in the policy, so I don't think this sexual violence policy can make a great impact on the Asian group.
Engage in activities to develop anti-racism as it pertains to sexual violence prevention and response. Apply anti-racist practices in these areas.
Provide and promote alternatives to face-to-face disclosures and reporting, such as disclosure by text messaging or online.
Use an app or other tool that allows students to anonymously ask questions about sexual violence and university policies against sexual violence.
In the policy itself and in materials and presentations promoting the policy, define "confidential" and "anonymous," and explain how these concepts pertain to the policy, university-based sexual assault services, and the limits on confidentiality and anonymity.